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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

Totals 10228 138 24 Some precincts have not yet sent in their return*but the above is the complete vote received up to this date. J. W. DENVER, Secretary and _Acting Governor. C. W. BABC00K, President of the Council. - J a. W. DEITZLEE.. _i Speaker of the House of Representatives! Jan. 26,1868. . i From this official proclamation, it appears thft the Lecompton Constitution was repudiated and rejected by the people of Kansas, at that eleotion, by a clear majority of ten thousand and sixty-four (10,004) votes. It is proper, _hewever, to remark that, notwithstanding the Legislature had provided by law that the vote on the ratification or rejeotion of the Constitution should take place on the 4th day of ¦ January, the friends of that instrument, in disregard of the law, held an eleotion on the 21st of December, under the pretended authority of the Convention; and that it appeared from a proclamation signed by C. W. Babcock, president of the pie of Kansas Territory, on the questions ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

Report of Senator Douglas from the Committee on Territories. I am constrained to withhold my aaaont from the conclusion to which tho majority of the committee have arrived, for tho reason that there is no satisfactory evidenco that the Constitution formed at Lecompton is the act and deed of tho people of Kansas, or that it embodies their will. In the absence of all affirmative evidence that the Lecompton Constitution does " moot the sense of the people to be affected by it." and in opposition to the overwhelming majority recorded against it at a fair and valid election held in pursuance of law, on the 4th day of January, 1858, _itiB argued that the Lecompton Convention was duly constituted with full authority to ordain a Constitution and establish a Government, and consequently the proceedings of that Convention must bo presumed to embody the popular will, although such presumption may be rebutted and overthrown by the most conclusive evidence to the contrary. Inasmuch, then...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

A tire in Elmira, N. Y»> on Wednesday morning, broke out in the upper story of the building occupied by H. Korn as a clothing store, on Water street, (river bank,) adjoining UIrich's lager beer saloon, and spread with such rapidity that, in tbe course of two hours, no less than fourteen buildings were entirely destroyed. They were all wooden structures, two stories high, and some of them of no great value. The entire loss is about $25,000; but we are happy to state that the greater part of it is covered by insurance. The following were tbe prinoipal sufferers ; Hermann Korn, clothing storeloss $1,600; fully insured. Mrs. Geo. Pattinson, who owned (three buildings, loss about $2500; insured for $1,500. H. D. Tread well, boot and shoe store, loss is about $1,200; insured for $900'. Mrs. MoKendrie, milli ner, estimates her loss at $2,500, on which she haa an insurance of $800. The buildings were owned by S. L Gillett, and were valued at $1,500 ; fully insured. Wm. Macksglasi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

Publications PHYSICIANS' POCKET DAY-BOOK FOR 1858.—Just published sad for sale by C. J. PRICE & 00., No. S3 South SIXTH Street, _aboveYJhesinut. The Day-Book contains anAlmanao, Tables of comourative Medicinal Doses, _Peisona and their Antidotes, _Jjritiih and French Medicinal Measures, Atomic Weights and Combining ProportionsArticles of Biet Comparative Thermometric _acaloa_, Baths—Simple and Medieinal, Tables of Doses of all the prinoipal preparations of the Pharmacopia, Visiting List and Index, Blanks for Monetary Engagements, Bank Account, Nurses* AddresnsBills and Accounts asked for, Vacdnaiion and Obstetric EngagementsEnglish, _Frenob_. and American Medical _PeriodiSSU, &C.,fte. Being prepared with the co-operation of several _Amlnont member* of the Profession, the Publishers trust that this little Manual will fill a want hitherto misapplied, and with a view to its future improvement, will be happy to receive any suggestions respecting _UIM_»_wA_»< _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

JE. _CALDWELL & CO., • 432 CHESTNUT Street, Have receivedper steamersnew _ctyles JewelryCbstelaios_, Vest _Ohatns. Splendid Fans. Hair Ping. Fruit StandsSugar _Basketa. Jet Goods and Flower Vases. Coral, Lava and Mosaic Sets. Sole Agents in Philadelphia for the sale of Charles _Frodsham'a _LOflDON TIME-KEEPERS. delO SILVER WARE.— WILLIAM WILSON & SON., MANUFACTURERS OF S1J.VBR WARS, (ESTABLISHED 3813,) B. W GQWfRR FIFTH AXD OHBRBY 8TBSKT8. £ large assortment of SILVER TV _A.RE, of every de-¦wlptioD, constantly on hand, or made to order to match Any pattern desired. Importers of Sheffield and Birmingham Imported ware. _se30-d&wly JS- _JARDEN & BRO. • _imru*J.onjniR8 ash _inro»t3ifl or SILVER-PLATED WARE, No. 804 Chestnut Street, above Third, tap _ataJnM Philadelphia. Constantly on hand and for sale to the Trade, T«A SETS, COMMUNION SERVICE SETS. URNB, PITCHERS, GOBLETS, CUPS, WAITERS, BA8-E.STS, CASTORS, KNIVES, SPOONS. FORKS, LADLES, Ac&c....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

%\t f re-ss_. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1868 STATE CONVENTION. At a. meeting of the Democratic State Committee, held at Buehler'_a Hotel, _Harrisburg, January 19,1858, it _woa Resolved, That the next _Democratic State Convention bo held at Harrisburg, on the 4th day of March next. Pursuant to said resolution, delegates from the several Senat orial and Representative districts of the State >vill convene in the Hall of the House of RepreBentatiTOs, at the Capitol, on THURSDAY, MARCH 4,1858, at 10 o'clock A. M., to nominate candidates for Judge of the Supreme Court and Canal Commissioner, and for the transaction of such other business as pertains to the authority of _snoh Convention. C. R. BUCKALBW, Chairman. J. N. Hutchinson, ) _o _^_. . . R. J. Haldbman, i Secretaries.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

_EXTRAORDINAR Y REDUCTION IN the price of _DOCTOR MATTSON'3 ELASTIC SELF-SYRINGESwhich, for compactness, efficiency, and durabilityhave never been equalled. These instruments cannot get out of order and can be used by both sexes and for children. A committee of eminent Boston physicians have repotted that they are " tub SBfiT KHOWN " PRICEONE DOLLAR ONLY! Sold by the dozen and half gross to the Trade, at Mattson * Co.'_s prices, at SAMUEL SIM ES_»S Laboratory ana Pharmacy, mQ.j TWELFTH and CHESTNUT Btg. COLLECTIONS Made on all accessible point*) in the United States ^^^^___ DBKXSL * OO_. C OTT_#N—200 bales good Middling to Mid-^^j 710 Worth Watoriitrwt W_^obt! oSS ni nth and bbown _au. _oyftTKRS in .11 •_tyl«i. _•"_•_afc_^&_^_iuS;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

BAILEY & CO., CHESTNUT STREET. Manufacturers of BRITISH STEKLIN& 8ILVXB WAM_, Coder their inspection, on the premises exohuhr elj _Cttiiena and Strangers are Invited to visit ear mtaufaetoiy. WATCHES. _Clonstantly on hand a splendid _stoek of Superior Watches, of all the celebrated maker*. DIAMONDS. Necklaces, Bracelet*, Brooches, E&r-Blnga, finger-Rings, apd all other articles in the Diamond line. Drawings of NEW DESIGNS will be made free of charge for those wishing work made to order. RICH GOLD JEWELRY. A beautiful assortment of all the new stylos of fine Jewelry, gaoh as Mosaic, Stone aad Shell Cameo, Pearl, Coral, Carbuncle, Mar_^_uisito , Lava, Sea., 4a. BHS77IELD OABTORS_, BASKETS, WAITBB8, ft*. A&o_, Bronze and Marble CLOCKS, of newest styles, and of superior quality. aul-dtw&wly watches, Jeujeltn, &t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

MOTIOS TO _OORRBCrOIfDENTS. _Oowespoodents fo* «In P»MB '• will »!•«¦« U*r la mind the _following _ruUa: • _Brery eomnmnk»«on anat be aooomj»nl»d by the name of the wi*r. ia „*„ to laaan <_MrtMkatuot tbe typograph y, bat one ««« of » iheet should be written opoa. We shall be greatly obliged to geothm.n ia P.nnaylvania and *!_,_« StatM for _oontelbutions giving the currant news of the d&jr in _tfaeUr _pwtioulu _looatltiee, tfa_« ? _raaouroea of tbe _Burrooadlng country, the inoreMe ot population, *n4 any _Infomjttion tkat mill be _inUraatlnf to toe general reader. . _

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

¦_BEATRICE CENCI.— JAMES 8. EARLB WILL OPEN, ON JANUARY 23d., The beautiful STATUE OK "BEATRICE 0EN0I, BLEEPING, ON THE EVE OF HER EXECUTION.1 BY MISS HARRIET UOSMER. ADMISSION, TWENTY-FIVE CENTB. SABLE'S GALLERIES, 816 0_HE3TNTJT STREET, ja25 PHILADELPHIA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

DAILY PRESS, TwnLTK C8ST8 PB« WlIK, _payable to the carriers. M*!Ud to Subscriber! out of the City at SIX Don.abb _raa Annum _; Four Doh-ahs ton Eight Mouths; _Thkbb DOT.L&BB for Sis Months, invariably in advanoe for the time ordered. TRI-WEKKLY PRESS, Mailed to Subscribers out of. the City at Thbsi Dol-AB8 per Annum, in advance. WEEKLY PRESS. Thb Wbbklt Prkss will be sent to Subscribers by mail, (per annum, in advance,) at IB 00 *hree Copies, " " 6 00 FlveCopiea, " " ,.••• _«oo Ten Copies, " " 12 00 Twenty copies, " " (toone address).. 20 00 Twenty Copies_, or orer, " (to address of each subscriber), each 120 For a Club of Twenty-one or overwe will send an Ztra copy to the getter-up of the Olttb. ID-Postmasters are requested to act as Agents for WRBKLT F&18B.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

StQtionern BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY. DAVIB M. HOGANBlank Ut-A Manufacturer, Stationer and Printer, No. 100 WALNUT Street, is prepared at all times to furnish, either lioru the shelves or make to order. Books of every descriptionsuitable tor Banks. Publie Offices Merchants, and _wtTwre_, of the best quality of English or American Paper, and bound in various styles, in the most substantial manner. Orders for JOB PRINTING of every t'.enriptlon. Engraving and Lithographing executed _^:: l. i._eatness and despatch. A general assortment of English, French &rA American Stationery. Concerning Mr. Hogan's contribution to ihe Franklin Institute, the Committee say—" This _display of blank bOOk8 for ban&iBg mid mercantile use is toe best in the Exhibition. The selection of the material is good, the workmanship most excellent, and their finish and appearance neat and appropriate.'' no20-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

Morten U. S. TREASURY NOTES WASTKD, AT HIGHEST CURRENT RATES, CRONISH & COv f»2-lm 40 South THIRD Street

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

fiats WARBURTQN'b INIMITABLE 00YERING8 FOR THE HBAD Embrace all the poi«_ti neoess&ry to _6ENTKEL EFFECT, and all the details and nioer elegancies whioh impart FINISH, COMFORT, AND DURABILITY. Gentlemen are Invited to call and examine. oc25-6m 430 OHKSTNTIT Street

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

THE PRJbiSS PUBLI SHED DAILY, (SUNDAYS BXGEPTBD,) _BV JOHN W. FORNEY. OFFICE, NO. 417 CHESTNUT 8TREET

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

Stales FAIRBANKS'8 PLATFORM SCALES. FAIRBANKS & SWING, MASONIC HALL, 716 CHBSTNUT STREET, ja26-3_tn _Philadelphia.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

BY THE PILOT LINF LETTER FROM NEW YORK. [_Correspondence of Tbo Proiw.J Nkw York, FbD. '20-& 20 P. M The snow-Btorm which still coutlnuen with unabaL-1 violence, lias _givou an blue u tinge to the moiipytnaik. t R4 It ha» to th_* uotefi of the IW _wliohnvo ventured iMi' the street. Thore ban _bonu very littl« buaine_^a .lor..- ; lmt the _fueling among fill whom I _liuve _tmnn and _tulU._M tO ifl Cheerful Rlld COn_(i(_i«nt,aH(l the general _impvtrtif'n/n in that money _afftvirtt here will noon ANMumo ainimi bu.-v _aspect than they have done, and that form a very _vM*_- enlargement of tho circlo of what lenders! consider nc coptable borrowers. The great activity in th« nUick market makeH demand loans much more plenty Hum they word and I find that brokura who noed thin ft. c,,,,,,r.o.in.tio,, fln ._j n o _difficulty in _otitninimr it, by Iiv jmthSP._atinf} Btofths _nt _Mvtfrt rangiiip from hni per ot-nt , according to thoir recognised mnrket vnlue, _Mtcihi tite houHCH gen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

Consols 90 for Money. New YonK, Feb. 21.—The Cunard Mail Steamship Africa, from Liverpool, with dates to the Oth inst., anchored off the bar at 6 o'clock last evening, but did not succeed in reaching her berth till this morning. Her dates are three daya later than furnished by the Baltic. * ENGI4_ANP. $0 later intelligence from India or China had been received. Tho telographiti _abetraet of the coming mail was expected to reach London on Monday, the 9 th inst. Parliament re-assembled on the 4th inst. Indian affairs promised to occupy much of the attention of Parliament. Lord _falmerston had given notice of his intention to bring in a bill for amendment of tbe Government of India. A bill has, also, been proposed giving authority to the Kft9t India _Oottipetby to raise a loan of not THE LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. From I'arkersburg. l_* _iPfcuiAL IM' .SrATOIl TO TUB l'_liKSS.1 l'AUKklisril'ha, Va., tfeb 20, 12 M.—Itis ritill raining, and the ice in the river is gradually disappearin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

Police Items.—A young man with a very genteel address, and a rather innooent expression of countenance, waa before Alderman Eneu on Saturday aftetnoon_, on the charge of &windling Edwin B: Sheaoutof a ««»_sid_6HUeMiia oPmoney, It seems that the defendant, who gave the name of John W. Watson, _inserted an advertisement in the papers, announcing that a capitalist wished to buy notea of hand and business paper. Communications were to be aent to J. W. W., Girard House. Mr. E- B- Shee addressed a note accordingly, and received a reply. He then called, and had several interviews with the defendant. At one of these, "Watson, it is alleged, got possession of the notes offered by Mt. S., and left the room, a? he said, to look for his clerk. Mr. Shee waited for some time, but tbe defendant did not return. He was arrested on Friday at New York, by Officer Bowyer of that city. At the hearing Thomas Clayton, Esq., appeared for the prosecution, and L. C. _Cassidy, Esq., represented the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

THE MONEY MARKET Philadelphia, Feb. 20, 1858. The rage for speculation in stocks appears a little less rife to-day, though thero was _oonsidorable business transacted at the atoek baaj-d, _without material deoline in prices. About seven hundred shares of Beading Railroad stock were sold at 31, and the Reading bonds of 1870 sold at 76, and those of 1886 at 70_J. New Creek keeps at _?, and Union Canal sold at 6. The notes of the, _Tfoga and Orewford county banks are redeemed in this oity the flame aj Other ooumry money. Their _reoent discredit was the result of misunderstanding. A correspondent, who has attentively studied tho _Mgns of the times in mat tors nf finance and _krndo, _wttk g_».i profit to hiinaftlf. and imnortant assistance, to his friends, writes upon the present state of money matters as follows : " The _effootg of tho present mono tarjr crisis are unlike anyone of the " seven I have before wit* _hess&d. None before, like this, porv acted this whole coun...

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